Jasper restaurants are as varied as the area’s outdoor adventures that build appetites. Consult this Jasper Dining restaurant guide if you have a craving, be it for home-style cooking, juicy steak or upscale Rocky Mountain Cuisine.
Jasper Dining contains a tempting selection of Jasper’s favourite restaurants. Browse restaurant choices through the type of cuisine at the top of the page.
For a more comprehensive selection of Jasper restaurant choices, visit www.where.ca/CanadianRockies
You can also pick-up a free printed copy of Jasper Dining Guide at local information centres, hotels, shops, restaurants, attractions, the train station and car rental outlets. These same locations offer free copies of Where Canadian Rockies visitor magazine, a great source of information on tours and adventures, shopping, dining and entertainment in Jasper, Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise and area.
February 19, 2014
I’m in Jasper to meet with my Where Canadian Rockies magazine customers. But hey, a guy’s gotta eat. Since it was late and I’m lazy, The Inn Restaurant at my hotel (the Best Western Jasper Inn) drew me in. Good choice, at it turned out! Normally I order one of their ‘Lighter Side’ pub [continued…]January 22, 2014
Each year, the editors of Where Magazines across Canada choose the Best New Restaurants. Jasper’s The Raven Bistro (504 Patricia St, 780-852-5151) won the accolade for 2013. The Raven Bistro: Austrian-trained chef John Riedler, a 25-year veteran of Jasper’s dining scene, creates “beautiful and healthy” Middle Eastern cuisine at his new The Raven Bistro. Tasty [continued…]January 15, 2014
Kick off your day with one of these breakfast buffets all with fresh fruit, yogurt, cereals and pastries: The Inn Restaurant (photo above) has changing hot options like bacon, sausage, pancakes and French toast. The Sawridge Inn ($15.25) includes gluten-free baking, bacon, sausage, eggs, potatoes and daily ‘grilled bread’. At The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge’s Cavell’s [continued…]